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Cisco 837 FTP - NAT

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I have cisco 837 with a static IP address, I'm using SDM to configure my router I also have network Lacie Drive in which I want to use as an FTP drive, can someone explain to me how I configure it so that people can have outside access to the ftp drive?
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ip source inside static <ftp-inside-ip-address> <public-address-you-want-to-give>

int <inside interface>
ip nat inside

int <outside interface>
ip nat outside

if you have an acl applied on incoming traffic from internet then you need to allow ftp to this address.

If this is not clear to you then post your config.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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